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Shed Antler Hunting - Part II
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

Techniques For Finding Sheds
A new shed antler search technique is getting even more people involved in this non-consumptive sport.  The technique, called the “shed drive,” is similar to the deer drive hunting technique so popular in the Midwest.  The shed drive involves organizing your partners in a line with each member evenly spaced across the line at the edge of the area to be searched.  Drive members then walk through the area, picking up sheds along the way, until everyone meets at the opposite end of the area…
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Spikes: Part IV
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

In Part III and included in Part IV, I’m examining the results of several studies that have been completed during recent years on wild bucks…

Laying Out Your Food Plots - Part I
by David Morris

You like the idea of more and bigger deer on your property, and you’ve become convinced that food plots can help get you there.…



Be There When It’s Happening!
by Duncan Dobie

How many stories have you read in outdoor magazines over the years that say something like, “Unraveling The Mysteries of The Rut?” Why do we…



My Wyoming Buck
by Jadee Kroeger

I saw this buck occasionally over the last few fall months in 2012, but could never get him on the trail cameras to get a…



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What Is Palatability?

Palatability is a word that describes how much deer like something. In food plots, you want plants with high palatable. After all, the whole idea is to attract deer to the plots and get them to eat whatever is in them. But, high palatability is a mixed blessing. The more palatable a plant is, the harder to establish; the less palatable a plant is, the easier to grow. This is why weeds do so well – the deer aren’t eating…
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